Two Environmental Protection Agency employees apologized for watching pornography at work, including one employee who was caught watching lewd videos by a child in the agency's office.

Greenwire reported Thursday that two employees were found to be watching and downloading porn at work. One of the employees had been caught by a child visiting the agency's office during Bring Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day.

Greenwire received documents under the Freedom of Information Act revealing more details about the cases, which resulted in embarrassing hearings in front of Congress last year.

The employee caught looking at porn by the kid expressed huge regrets in an interview with an EPA watchdog investigator.

"This constitutes a mistake and a lack of judgment on my side and I am sorry for the judgment," he said, according to Greenwire.

However, the other employee did not.

That employee initially told investigators he didn't do "anything 'wrong' by accessing pornographic websites because he was completing the work his supervisor required him to do and that other employees within his division spend much of their assigned duty hours doing 'personal' things other than official EPA business," the report said.

He eventually apologized in a written statement.

The EPA refused to comment about the job status of the employee who was caught looking at porn by the child. The other employee has retired.

"While we cannot and will not comment on this specific matter, EPA policies prohibit accessing pornography using government resources, and discipline for any employee proven to have done so is up to and including removal from federal service," said Monica Lee, a spokeswoman for the agency.